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1 Presentations Jeanne LeBron, AMEC Earth & Environmental Student Initiative Mentoring Program Workshop Jan. 2007

2 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Preparing for the Big Day Presentations Slide Tips Slide Tips Presenter Tips Presenter Tips Competition Day Details Questions and Answers

3 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., The Presentation Purpose To Explain Your Project to the Judges Pick Highlights Your Judges Have Already Read Your Written Proposal

4 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., The Presentation Tools Drawings and Display Boards Models PowerPoint Slides

5 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Plan Ahead Number of Slides Estimate Approximately 1 Slide Per Minute Estimate Approximately 1 Slide Per Minute Slide Should Be up for Minimum of 15 Seconds

6 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Presentation Outline Tell Them What You Are Going to Tell Them Tell Them Tell Them What You Told Them

7 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Slides should be Readable Six Bullet Points Maximum Short Sentences in Length and Content

8 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Mission Statement The program is designed to stimulate interest and excitement among area students with an interest in architectural, engineering and science-related fields. This is done by allowing students to learn from a professional work environment, rather than an academic one. It gives the students the opportunity to participate in a “real-world” project facilitated by professionals who are employed in the field. The competition process is designed to provide the students with an experience in how professionals define the scope of a problem, work through & finally present their solutions on engineering projects utilizing teams of people with different talents. The program is designed to stimulate interest and excitement among area students with an interest in architectural, engineering and science-related fields. This is done by allowing students to learn from a professional work environment, rather than an academic one. It gives the students the opportunity to participate in a “real-world” project facilitated by professionals who are employed in the field. The competition process is designed to provide the students with an experience in how professionals define the scope of a problem, work through & finally present their solutions on engineering projects utilizing teams of people with different talents.

9 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Don’t Be Too Creative Keep it Simple Don’t Distract Your Audience From What You Are Saying

10 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Watch the Color Selection Don’t Give your Audience a Headache. Don’t Be Too Creative

11 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Watch your Fonts Too Many Types Too Many Types Special Fonts Don’t Be Too Creative

12 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Don’t Be Too Creative Don’t Let Slide Animation Go Wild Too Much Can Distract From What You Are Saying Less Is More

13 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Using Photos Relate to What You Are talking About Should Have Good Quality and Clarity Watch File Size of Photo

14 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Use Graphs Not Data Lists Make Sure Your Graphics Are Clear Use Pie Graphs or Bar Charts for Data

15 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Proofread Your Slides Aoccdrnig to rscheearch at Cmabridge Uinervtisy it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a word are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is that the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a total mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit porbelm. This is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe.

16 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Now That the Slides Are in Order, Are the Speakers?

17 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Speakers Involve Many Smooth Transitions Personal & Comfortable Face the Audience, Not the Slides Face the Audience, Not the Slides Do Not Just Read the Slides Do Not Just Read the Slides

18 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Dress Appropriately

19 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Team Checklist Check Dress Hair Gum Teeth Coins

20 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., The First Three Rules for a Good Presentation: RehearseRehearseRehearse

21 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Add Rule 4: Relax Don’t Present – Share Your Excitement About the Project Have Fun Mistakes Happen – Relax & Continue

22 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Presentation Period Set-up 10 Minutes Presentation 20 Minutes Question & Answer 10 Minutes Clean-up 5 Minutes Transit 5 Minutes

23 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Scott Conference Center

24 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Evaluation Same Judges Will Evaluate Written Proposal and Oral Presentation Percentages of Final Score: Written Proposal30% Oral Presentation60% Submittal Points10%

25 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Presentation Room Area 26 Feet by 44 Feet Two 2’x5’ Tables, Two Easels Smart Board or Super Podium Teams Responsible for Any Other Equipment Needed

26 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Super Podium Computer Which Displays Through a Ceiling Mounted Projector Onto a Screen Also Has an Overhead Projector, DVD and VCR

27 Jeanne LeBron, AMEC, Jan., Smart Board Computer Which Displays Through a Big Screen TV, Often With “Touch” Commands

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